Price tag set: Arsenal ready to sell star for €20m as CL giants eye up transfer

Posted by

Arsenal have reportedly set a surprisingly low asking price for Alexandre Lacazette as Atletico Madrid eye up a transfer this summer.

The Frenchman has not been as much of an important player for the Gunners in recent times, and it could make sense for them to cash in on him now instead of losing him on a free next summer.

MORE: Liverpool urged to sign surprise Arsenal star

According to Todo Fichajes, Lacazette is available for just €20million in this transfer window, and Atletico Madrid are keen on a potential deal.

Arsenal fans will no doubt be divided on this potential move, with Lacazette still likely to be a useful squad player who provides experience and work rate up front.

Still, from a financial perspective, it seems like a good time for Arsenal to sell if other teams are interested, and it’s not like the former Lyon man is totally unreplaceable.

lacazette celebrates arsenal vs spurs
Should Arsenal keep hold of Alexandre Lacazette?

This seems like an interesting saga to look out for in the weeks ahead, with Arsenal facing a big decision here.

Lacazette could be a useful addition to Atletico’s attack, though they already have top class options like Luis Suarez and Joao Felix in that department.

More Stories Alexandre Lacazette

3 Comments

  1. How could Arsenal scouts not have seen & identity the gangling Genk & Nigerian striker, Paul Onuachu? Why is Arsenal always been linked with Chelsea rejects? Why should Arsenal sell Lacazette & replace him Abraham if rumors be true? Why is Edu & Arteta still in Arsenal? Why are u people so incompetent in ur tasks? Why do u people want 2 kill me before my time?

  2. TA is in no way an upgrade on Laca. How Arsenal could pay 40million for someone who doesn’t start and believe someone who DOES NOT START deserves a 50% raise in their wages is beyond the rational mind to comprehend. We are being played like absolute buffoons. Our club is brain dead.

  3. Honestly am beginning to doubt Michael Arteta capabilities to handle this club and am not sure they (He and Edu) truly mean well for our great Club Arsenal.

Comments are closed